BSA Lifestructures

Modular Utilities: A Big Enabler for Flexibility, Cost Control, and Constructability

November 3, 2017

Attending this year’s College and University Science and Engineering Facilities conference?

Join BSA LifeStructures’ principal in charge, Jim Hill, along with University of Notre Dame’s Michael Daly and Vacuubrand’s Peter Coffey as they discuss Modular Utilities.

Session Description:

The use of modular utilities in science and engineering facilities promises to eliminate the programmatic, flexibility, and cost challenges institutions are experiencing with fixed central utilities. Session leaders dive into a case study of the University of Notre Dame’s McCourtney Hall, a research facility for chemistry, biochemistry, and related engineering, and examine how modular vacuum utility systems can reduce installation and operating expenses, and add flexibility for the changing requirements of interdisciplinary science without increasing capital costs. They illustrate building performance improvements, key advantages for end-users, and reduced lifecycle costs. Click HERE for more information.